- Sir Alex Ferguson is unhappy with Manchester United performance
- The Red Devils have not been impressive this season in the Premier League
- Ferguson is also said to be worried with issue between Mourinho and Pogba
Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has reportedly told his friends that he is worried with the current lackluster performance of the Premier League club.
The 76-year-old is now said to be disturbed that Manchester United have now turned to a laughing stock after losing three games this season in the English top flight.
According to the report by Mirror, Sir Alex Ferguson is also not happy with the recent bust up between current manager Jose Mourinho and Frenchman Paul Pogba.
Pogba criticized Jose Mourinho's tactics at Old Trafford, and he suffered the consequence by losing his position as the vice captain of Manchester United.
During the reign of Sir Alex Ferguson as Manchester United coach, the Red Devils won 13 Premier League titles, but the club have been struggling since his departure.
Meanwhile, Manchester United are already nine points behind title rivals Manchester City and Liverpool after losing their last Premier League game.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho came to terms with the fact that his employers are getting ready to sack him after getting a call from Zinedine Zidane.
The former Real Madrid manager has been heavily linked to take over from the Portuguese manager after United's poor string of results.
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